How To Get Cheapest Billy Joel Tickets For Madison Square Garden Residency

With the news last week that Billy Joel will play his 70th consecutive concert of his Madison Square Garden residency on November 15th, it will marks his 116th overall show at the world's most famous arena. The general-public tickets available next Friday, at 10 a.m., at Ticketmaster.com with prices range from $65.50 to $149.50.

For fans who don't want to wait that long, Joel is playing his 64th show on May 9th. Tickets for the show start at $149 for 200-level tickets, with 100-level tickets going for $201. Floor Seats start at $290. The cheapest option this summer is for the August show, which has 200-level tickets as low as $100.

Visit TicketIQ for the cheapest Billy Joel Tickets for all summer and fall dates, at Madison Square Garden as well as at Fenway Park, Citizens Bank Park, Camden Yards in Baltimore, Coors Field and Globe Life Park in Texas.

May 9th Billy Joel At Madison Square Garden -- Tickets from $149

June 2nd Billy Joel At Madison Square Garden -- Tickets from $138

July 11th Billy Joel At Madison Square Garden -- Tickets from $121

August 28th Billy Joel At Madison Square Garden -- Tickets from $100

September 27th Billy Joel At Madison Square Garden -- Tickets from $118

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Originally Published January 10th, 2017

Legendary "Piano Man" Billy Joel has announced a string of U.S. stadium tour dates for this upcoming spring and summer. The first show will take place at the brand new SunTrust Park outside of Atlanta on April 28. Joel will also perform for the first time at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles on May 13, as well as Cleveland’s Progressive Field on July 14. Other stops include Chicago's Wrigley Field on August 11, Boston's Fenway Park on August 30, and Philadelphia's Citizens Bank Park on September 9.

Billy Joel is still regularly performing monthly at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Since January 2014, Joel has played one show per month at The Garden as part of the Time Warner Cable Concert Series, with every single date selling out. Joel tickets are available on the secondary market for each sold out performance. As it stands, tickets to Joel are averaging $376 for all upcoming shows, including all MSG performances.

 
Billy Joel 2017 Stadium Tour Dates: 
April 28 — Cumberland, Ga., SunTrust Park 
May 13 — Los Angeles, Calif., Dodger Stadium 
July 14 — Cleveland, Ohio, Progressive Field 
Aug. 11 — Chicago, Ill., Wrigley Field 
Aug. 30 — Boston, Mass., Fenway Park 
Sept. 9 — Philadelphia, Pa., Citizens Bank Park

Originally Published July 20th, 2016

Billy Joel will play his record-setting 31st consecutive show at Madison Square Garden in New York City tonight, adding yet another accolade to his exhaustive musical resume. And while the "Piano Man" singer is posting big resale ticket demand for each of his remaining scheduled gigs in Midtown, those who are lucky enough to see him live will be treated to countless hits spanning Joel's six-decade-long career.

With tickets available for each of Joel's shows away from the Garden, as well as for all six remaining NYC gigs, the average price for Billy Joel Tickets TicketIQ is $266.44. His September, October and December shows are his most expensive remaining shows this year, with each averaging above $300 on the secondary market. Don't expect to get in for cheap if hoping to see him at MSG. His gig there tonight is currently the cheapest remaining show there, with tickets averaging $216.97 and the get-in price starting from $76.

Got your tickets already? The next step is to brush up on your lyrics - check out Billy Joel's average setlist in 2016 below, according to setlist.fm:

Billy Joel Average Setlist 2016

Miami 2017 (Seen the Lights Go Out on Broadway)
Pressure
Vienna
The Entertainer
Zanzibar
The Longest Time
My Life
Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)
The Downeaster Alexa
New York State of Mind
Say Goodbye to Hollywood
Allentown
She's Always a Woman
Don't Ask Me Why
Keeping the Faith
Sometimes a Fantasy
Highway to Hell (AC/DC cover)
The River of Dreams
Scenes From an Italian Restaurant
Piano Man
Encore:
We Didn't Start the Fire
Big Shot
Uptown Girl
It's Still Rock and Roll to Me
You May Be Right
Only the Good Die Young

Originally Published December 7th, 2015

History continues to be made for Billy Joel. The singer on Monday announced a record 30th straight show at Madison Square Garden, which will take place on June 17. Tickets to the general public will go on sale on Saturday, December 12 at 10 a.m. EST via Ticketmaster. As always, check back here for the latest Billy Joel tour updates and MSG announcements as he reveals more dates.

Originally Published March 18th, 2015
The Piano Man is showing no signs of slowing down. Billy Joel recently announced plans for his 36th show at Madison Square Garden. The once-a-month residency will now officially run through December of 2016 with this 36th show scheduled for December 17.

Billy Joel tickets for the December show are scheduled to go on sale March 25. All of the previous 35 MSG shows that have been announced have sold out. On the secondary market, Billy Joel tickets for shows at The Garden from April to November have an average price of $266.62.

 

Originally Published January 12th, 2015

Billy Joel set a record over the weekend for most consecutive sellout shows at Madison Square Garden with 13. A “13” was raised into the rafters at The Garden to commemorate the accomplishment, but the singer’s run is not close to being finished. Since last January, Joel has played one show per month at The Garden and a year later, the demand is still high for each show. Here is a breakdown by the numbers of Joel’s run at The World’s Most Famous Arena.

  • $503.12: The secondary market average price across the 13 shows Joel has played since January of 2014 is $503.12. Only four of the shows have been below that average price.
  • 102%: The average price for the February 2014 concert was $290.71, while the average price the following month in March was $587.71. The 102% increase was the biggest month-to-month jump for any two shows during the run.
  • $773.96: On May 9, Joel played his most expensive show to date at the Garden with an average price of $773.96.
  • 18,200: Madison Square Garden’s concert capacity is listed at 18,200.
  • 236,600: The number of tickets that would have been sold through 13 sold out concerts.
  • $310.61: Joel has shows scheduled at Madison Square Garden through October of 2015. The average price for the next nine concerts have an average price of $310.61.
  • 64: Elton John currently holds the record for most concerts played at The Garden with 64 total shows.
  • 6/21: Joel’s June show, scheduled for the 21st, would be his 64th concert at Madison Square Garden, tying Elton John’s record. The current average price for the date is $636 with a get-in price of $163.
  • 7/2: The July concert would be Joel’s 65th at the venue, making him the sole record-holder for most concerts played at MSG. The current average price is $543.95 with a get-in price of $142.

Joel has stated he would like to continue his residency as long as there is demand for it. With how ticket prices have been going since last January, the demand does not seem to be slowing down anytime soon.

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